corn hybirds, corn, corn performance tests, corn variety trials
Corn yield traits were conducted again in 1951 by the Agronomy department of the South Dakota State College Experiment Station to supply farmers with information on popular hybrids what are planted extensively in the various agricultural areas of the state. The information obtained in the 1951 yield tests reflects the relative performing abilities of different hybrids in a col season. Throughout the season, temperatures averaged several degrees below normal, while moisture was generally excessive. This resulted in a corn crop that was soft and immature. The results are presented in the tables which follow.
South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Agricultural Experiment Station
Nachtigal, G. E. and Shank, D. B., "South Dakota Corn Performance 1951 Tests" (1952). Agricultural Experiment Station Circulars. 90.